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Hustling to be a Maker

The day-to-day grind of being a full-time maker involves wearing many different hats and constantly evolving and changing your work: Getting comfortable is your worse enemy.

Maurice Ramirez Keeps Rocking in Photos

A former rock-and-roll music photographer switches gears, aiming his camera at brides, everyday folks, corporate giants, and commercial clients.

Krowswork Becomes Artists Lab

Founder Jasmine Moorhead brings an artist in residency program to her gallery, turning an Oakland pioneer in experimental contemporary photograph, video, and installation into a projects space with working artists in charge during their tenure.

2015 Fall Arts Preview

Circle the dates for the East Bay’s most enticing art shows, dance performances, film festivals, lit events, and musical gigs.

Richmond Art Center Curator Jan Wurm Talks Art Shop

Even though the Richmond gem has been around for almost 80 years, it doesn’t get the credit or respect it deserves. Meet the newest director of exhibitions and curator of the art, Jan Wurm.

Phil Hargrave is Sprouting Knives and Catching Fire

The artist wants humans to repent, for the end is nigh.

Paint-and-Sip Parties Going Strong

Art and booze fans can put the two together and create paintings at Paint Nite events or Pinot’s Palette

A Blanding Avenue Transformation

Rhythmix Cultural Works paves the way for a burgeoning arts-filled neighborhood in a former Alameda warehouse district.

A Painterly Perspective

Favorite Hometown Heros

Alamedans name Howard Mott, Jack Clark, Father William Marshall, Kyle Conner, and Emil Firpo and share their attibutes.